Derivatives are basically the Banksters Blitzkrieg to imploding fiat currencies globally. In the 1990s they were acclaimed as a financial instrument for transferring risk. Read More →
Hyperinflation by definition is extremely rapid or out of control inflation with Read More →
Swirling economic reforms have merely positioned corporations to reassess their budget constraints and also their gross profit margins. All of which come with a cost to the product or service of which they provide. In determining Read More →
Since the evolution of the Federal Reserve in the 1900s our investment channels have been stymied through the federal government and their regulatory practices. Read More →
Over 40 months of previous unemployment rates has led to another month of over 8 percent unemployment with July figures not showing any change to the continuing trend. Only 163,00 jobs were added to the sluggish economy leaving 8.3 percentage of the U.S. still unemployed, an increase of 0.1 percent from the previous month.
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Lawsuits on the horizon, banks positioning themselves against each other over a rate setting institution which has manipulated the benchmark for banks now presents a unclear repercussion situation. Lawsuits are potentially the next step for Read More →
In an interview with the National Review, political candidate Mitt Romney mentioned that the Bain Company in the Cayman Islands is a foreign investment in 138 sub-companies which allows those in the United States to invest in without paying taxes.
“The so-called offshore account in the Cayman Islands, for instance, is an account established by a U.S. firm to allow foreign investors to invest in U.S. enterprises and not be subject to taxes outside of their own jurisdiction,” Romney said. “So in many instances, the investments in something of that nature are brought back into the United States. Read More →
The final and most important step in your process to paying down household debt is creating a budget. The last four articles we specifically addressed in depth how to obtain credit reports, building savings, and tracking spending. Read More →
Acquiring credit reports and building savings are key elements to paying down debt and necessary before we can come to this point of tracking spending. Tracking spending and understanding the value associated
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In our last article we addressed the critical step of credit reports and their benefit in beginning to pay down debt. The next important step we focus on is how to build savings.
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